Jazz, Vol. 3 New Orleans (1950) King Oliver, Johnny Dodds, Louis Armstrong, others CD
"This item is part of the Folkways (Cook, or Paredon, or Monitor) archives. The original liner notes from the LP are included."
This compilation reflects musicians accounts of the
growth of jazz, spotlighting forms they heard in New Orleans such as
the march, rag, blues, spiritual and "standards." Featured are Jelly
Roll Mortons Quartet, the Johnny Dodds Orchestra and the Red Onion Jazz
Babies (with whom Louis Armstrong played), as well as the first known
recording of "High Society" as jazz by the King Oliver Creole Jazz Band.
notes by Frederic Ramsey Jr.
101 Perdido Street Blues The New Orleans Wanderers 3:12
102 Didn't He Ramble Bunk's Brass Band 3:07
103 Bottle It Up and Go Dallas Jug Band 2:36
104 Snake Rag King Oliver Creole Jazz Band 3:08
105 New Orleans Blues (Joys) Jelly Roll Morton 2:47
106 Down By the River Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band 3:01
107 Keyhole Blues Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven 3:35
201 Dippermouth Blues King Oliver Creole Jazz Band 2:43
202 High Society King Oliver Creole Jazz Band 3:05
203 Millenburg Joys New Orleans Rhythm Kings (1922-1925) 2:56
204 Tiger Rag New Orleans Rhythm Kings (1922-1925) 2:29
205 Cake Walking Babies - Cake Walking Babies from Home Red Onion Jazz Babies 3:27
206 Heah Me Talkin' To Ya Johnny Dodds Orchestra 3:16
207 Mournful Serenade Jelly Roll Morton's Quartet 3:35